Japanese Knotweed Frangipane recipe
This Japanese knotweed recipe is good, I mean really good. It is possibly my favourite recipe with this plant, though I do love using it several ways.
The Japanese tend to use this ingredient for savoury recipes, as it's packed with umami flavour. I prefer taking it sweet to match its sour tones.
I know you may be dubious - after all, Japanese knotweed, aka American bamboo, donkey rhubarb, fleeceflower, Sally rhubarb is normally a plant that is feared due to its ability to break through concrete and render homes unsaleable. Though it is also an amazing food!
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